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    Lori's LaceFairy Lace Pages - This site is part museum, part master's degree in lace. Consistently maintained, it holds information on lacemaking and lacemakers, identification and preservation, collecting and collections. Plus practical instructions, patterns, postcards and graphics, bobbins, stamps, art, bibliographies, poems, historical photos and galleries galore.

    Bobbin Lace European Network - The largest lace database on the web has thousands of entries in the following categories: laces, census and biographies of lacemakers, designers, bibliographies, glossaries, historical documents, museums, news and online training. Travelling exhibits and the BLEN prize will be added this year.

    Dreams of Lace - Works by Lace Artist:Christiane Eichler. Information in both English and German.

    Arachne Web Server - Organizes information as a service to the members of the arachne news group.

    The Lacemaker's Mailing List FAQ - Mimi Dillman maintains this page of mailing lists and FAQs for arachne.

    Poole Bobbin Lace Circle - Poole Lacemakers provide a pattern page, photos of their exhibits, plus information about their 4 year lace course.

    The Lace Guild - British Lace Guild educates on all aspects of lacemaking.

    Lace Magazine - Educational site contains information about all forms of lace and lacemaking: history, patterns and designs, supplies, free beginners lace courses and subscription information.

    International Old Lacers - A volunteer, non-profit association of people who share an interest in lace.

    The Tangled Web - Lara tells how to build a pillow & bobbins, and shares photos of her laces.

    Lace Centre - Lacemakers demonstrate craft at Jerusalem Church.

    Lacemakers of Puget Sound (LPS) - Seattle's lace guild specializes in bobbin lace and tatting, open to all.

    Sheringham Lace Makers - Photos of guild events and work samples, plus calendar of events.

    Lace Making - A concise history of lacemaking. Defines needle lace, pillow lace, guipure, and machine laces.

    CD 2000 GALLERY - This unusual collection of 443 laces will be exhibited at The Lace Museum this fall.

    Alissa's Lace - Alissa shares her work in buck's point, flemish, honiton and torchon.

    Maine Lace - Home page of The Lacemakers of Maine.

    Isis Lacemakers - Homepage of lacemakers in Oxford UK includes calendar of events.

    Lefkara Lace - The history and patterns of lace on Cyprus. Photo index of lacemakers.

    Alencon Lace - Site describes history of, and techniques used to make, alencon lace.

    Lacemaking in Bedfordshire - Shares the history and current activities of the Aragon Lacemakers.

    La dentelle de Binche - Photos of bobbin lacemaker at work.

    Manie Kriel from Heidelberg, Gauteng, South Africa - Mr. Kriel describes himself as a passionate lacemaker. Although he's only been making lace since 1996, he's already completed projects in torchon, bedfordshire, brugges, duchesse and russian tape lace.

    Embroidery and Lace - Lacemaker Bjarne Drew shares photos of her work and pillows, embroidery and costumes. Links to silk information and color charts.

    Lacemaking in Czek - Site contains animated video of bobbin pairs in action.

    Ana's Lace Page - Daffodils, dragon and coasters are made in bobbin lace.

    Bobbin Lace Pillow - Donna shares a photo of her work in progress, plus several art prints of lacers.

    Branscombe Parish - This article describes the lace industry and school in this English village.

    Heidi's Bobbin Lace - Heidi shares notes from 7 bobbin lace classes.

    Mary Margaret Nousek - Photos of her work and collection

    Julie Hendricks - Julie has created a butterfly collection in different laces.

    Mainly Lace in This Place - Gary and Jean define types of spanish bobbins and show how to use a bobbin winder.

    Camarinnas - This town in Galicia holds an annual "Display of Bobbin Lace" and related events.

    Roy and Dearl Kniskern - Photos of Dearl's bobbins and bookmarks.

    Brazilian Laces - This site contains photos of laces made in Brazil.

    Vzorník - Marie made a sampler of honiton lace.

    Claeys Antique - Lace historians, The Claeys provide laces to museums and collectors. These pages contain articles on the history of various laces, plus information on history courses.

    Mallee Lacemakers - Home page of guild based in Swan Hill, Victoria, Australia.

    5th International Betonac Competition 2000 - "Lacemaking as an Art" competition

    Lacemaking Web Ring - A web ring for lace and lacemaking sites.

    Ieperse Huiskant - A lace nativity scene and a wreath of poppies were created by this Belgian group. Their site includes a free pattern.

    Belgium Lacer - Inge D'heere 's works include 3 lace pieces, plus a photo of a block pillow in use.

    La Encajera - The Lacemaker - Home page of the Spanish lace magazine. Patterns, competitions and calendar

    Kenmare Lace & Design Centre - Centre holds collection of laces and teaches classes.

    The Swedish Lacemaking Association - This 1000 member society teaches courses, publishes patterns and demonstrates lacemaking.

    Lacemakers of Calais - Homepage of this historic Australian Society of Lacemakers.

    Lace Design and Patterns - Three lace artists encourage other lacemakers to give designing a try by offering case studies, patterns and awe-inspiring galleries.

    Canadian Lacemaker Gazette - The newsletter of this guild is printed in French and English.

    The Dallas Lace Society - Home page and calendar

    Radyr Lace Group - Canadian bobbin lacers share patterns and gallery.

    Silver Pin Studio - Lace Artist: Lenka Suchanek creates bobbin laces in wire.

    OIDFA - International Lace Organization provides bulletins, patterns and conferences.

    Victorian Art - This site offers complete kits for romanian point lacework and presents the history of this ancient craft. Doilies, ornaments, tablecloths and runners can be purchaed here. Classes are available in the Baltimore MD area.

    The Art of Irish Lacemaking - A history of Irish lace with photos of laceworks.

    The Lacemakers Circle - Magazine articles, patterns and events.

    Clones Lace - This page contains a history of this lace form (no photos).

    Kenmare Lace - Site contains history of this Irish lace.

    Idrija Lace - Three pictures of lace, one of tools, and a link to an article in Lace magazine.

    Theo Brejaart - Theo has created an international list of lace books, arranged by language. He also offers lace calendars.

    Keystone Lace Guild - Homepage of this Pennsylvanian guild.

    The Lacewood Circle - This UK guild meets weekly. Site contains photos taken at lace workshop.

    Great Lakes Lace Group - This IOLI group sponsors teacher certification in bobbin lace and tatting.

    German Bobbin Lace Association - Founded in 1983, this group has 3800 members. It promotes lacemaking thru congresses, competitions, classes and exhibits.

    The Guild of Needle Laces - Artwork of guild members displayed here, plus a definition of needle laces.

    Liberty Lacers - A gallery of challenges is presented by Philadelphia lacemakers.

    Clara's Page - Clara, who learned to tat in 1953, shares photo of rose doily.

    Lace Trading International - Photos of 4 straight laces, and 2 free laces.

    Avital's Fibers - With bobbin laces (printable pricking for tablecloth) tatting patterns (Star of David) plus other fiber works in her repetoire, Avital is a multi-talented crafter.

    Legacy of Lace - Lace historian and maker, Joeanna Smith documents western european laces.

    The Costumer's Manifesto - Dr. Tara Maginnis documents laces used on apparel from the 16th thru the 19th century.

    Emma's Bobbin Lace - This new lacemaker has documented the steps required for her first project.

    Pittsburgh Lace Group - The newsletters for this group are posted on site. Also posted are a large Christmas gallery and workshop photos.

    Tussah - Photos, and descriptions, of bobbin lace pieces made by Lara's mom.

    Carolina's Lace Site - This lacemaker presents her original milanese works, patterns and a history of lace in Catalunya.

    Sharyl Pacheco's Page - Site includes links and a small gallery of bobbin laces and tatting, plus a tat and bobbinlace mix.

    Atlanta IOLI - Homepage of the Georgia chapter of International Old Lace Inc. contains member's gallery, workshop information, calendar and tips.

    Lone Star Lacers - This IOLI chapter's site contains a member's showcase with the works of 6 different artists, plus a crown created by a combined effort. They've recorded past, and future, events.

    Australian Lace Guild - ALG contains membership and branch information, museum sites and their quarterly magazine. The site also contains a pattern and links to suppliers.

    Lace Pix and Greetings - Lace photos available for ecards and wallpapers.

    Angela Thompson - A lace collector shares her photo of a romanian point mat.

    Celtic Dream Weaver - Sherry is a lacemaker who creates unique bobbins using paints, decoupage and tatting.

    Lace Created by Katja - Photos of bookmarks

    BJ's Laces - BJ describes different forms of handmade laces, including bobbin, tattting, needle and chemical.

    Howfen Home Page - Bobbin lace is well defined, as is the craft of soapmaking.

    Dora the Knotter - Dora's sense of humor shows in her Margareten-Spitze laces.

    Rosemary Richards-Steck - Rosemary's hobby is making bobbin lace by the pond.

    Christine England - Chrisine has posted photos of her honiton projects.

    Traditional and Modern Bobbin Lacing - Click the buttons labelled 'moderne' to view 14 years of the work of Lace Artist, Beate Agten.

    Frauke Lorenz - The modern works of this lace artist are displayed here.

    Eitel's Bobbin Lace - Eitel shares 3 examples of lace projects.

    Gon Homburg - A certified teacher shares her bobbin laces.

    Gloria Valli - Gloria's laceworks include multiple contest entries, specializing in modern lace jewelry.

    Lace Notes - Site holds the diagrams needed to create "The Swan" by Tamara Duvall, plus notes on the OIFDA Congress in Denmark.

    Lacemaking - Descriptions of works in buckspoint, torchon and milanese, plus a large black and white gallery are located here.

    Heike Gloe - Heike shares photos of her original works, plus 20 pieces she has created from patterns.

    Kloeppeln - Hiltraut tells why she loves bobbin lacemaking and shares a photo of her work.

    Jean Weatherford - Jean works torchon and shares a pricking for a cross.

    Jennifer Cooper - Jennifer shares a variety of bobbin laces, plus cards decorated with pricking.

    Kate's Lace - Kate posts photos of her bobbinlaces: bonnet, booties, collars, doilies and tablecoths.

    Susan Roberts - Susan shares her gallery of honiton works, plus notes on her life as a lacer.

    House of Lace - Note the handmade collars on the front page of this French site.

    Bobbinlace Chat Group - Join this group to chat with other bobbinlacers about the craft.

    Bobbin Lace Group in Germany - Click on 'alterdecke' to view a bobbinlace altar cloth.

    Allhallows Museum - Based in Honiton, Devon UK, the museum features the laces famous to this region.

    New England Lace Group - This page holds the basic information needed to contact this Maine-based group.

    SCA Lace - This group discusses topics relating to making lace during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

    Brenda's Help Page for Beginner's - Brenda shares what she learned in her first lacing lesson.

    Gon Humburg's Lace - Based in Amsterdam, this bobbin lacer shares her craft. Gon Homburg

    Beautiful and Practical Netting - Rita Bartholomew creates netted lace doilies, edgings etc. Her site includes patterns and 'how to' information.

    Lego Bobbin Winder - Kieth Enevoldsen shows how to make a bobbin winder from legos.

    Ville de Retournac - The Lace Manufactures Museum records France's lacemaking history.

    Falkink - A lacemaker has evaluated design software and created a table stand for a vertical cookie pillow.

    Irish Carrickmacross Lace - - Arduin Lace Collection handmade by Mary O'Neill in Ireland.

    Design for Communicating - This early 17th-century Portuguese needle lace border illustrates the biblical story of Judith.

    Fine Filaments - A Basic Guide To Lacis written by Tomi McNaughton.

    Lacemaking in the 17th century. - Sheila Sharpe's article includes a photo demonstrating lace in period costume, and bibliography.

    Lorelei Halley - Lorelei documents methods of lace identification and describes bobbin lace in the 17th through the current century.

    Marie-Jo Quinault - This lacemaker creates filet lace from patterns from the 16th Century, the 1900s and her own designs.

    Sharyn Wittmann - Tatting - Lancaster - Sharon displays some of her exceptional work.

    The Mary Rose (1509 1545) - Bobbins were found on board the ship The Mary Rose.

    Turning Lace Bobbins - Robert Spragg explains how to create bobbins from bone.

    The Guild of Irish Lacemakers - Official site for the guild, and contains photos of An Grianan.

    Cathrin Germing - Cathrin shares photos taken at the 2001 lace convention in Germany.

    Lacemaker's Cottage - Scroll to the bottom of the page to find lace histories from 1500-1900, and a gallery of laceworks.

    The Tangled Web of Lara the Lacemaker - Offers history of lacemaking, tips and techniques, also offers how-to's for the period costumes. Image gallery of lace, patterns for sewing, links to related sites.


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